NPMA selects 6 for 2021 management program – Pest Administration Skilled




The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) chosen the Executive Leadership Program (ELP) Class of 2021. This system is designed to organize pest administration professionals for affiliation management roles and develop profitable business ambassadors.

“As confirmed with the earlier 4 ELP lessons, the curriculum presents a implausible alternative for these aspiring affiliation leaders to develop professionally and personally,” stated NPMA CEO Dominique Stumpf, CMP, CAE. “In flip, NPMA advantages by listening to contemporary views and establishing a pipeline of engaged members. It’s really a win-win scenario. We’re proud to proceed this program with the help of WorkWave, and sit up for working with this new group of passionate contributors.”

The six candidates had been chosen by a bunch of judges represented by the NPMA’s Variety Committee, Management Growth Group, earlier ELP mentors, and the NPMA board of administrators. Members had been chosen by a panel of judges after finishing purposes that included a survey, video and letters of advice. As well as, candidates have to be a member in good standing as outlined within the NPMA bylaws.

The Class of 2021 is:

  • Solomon Airhart, Aruza Pest Management, Charlotte, N.C.
  • Austin Burns, Burns Pest Elimination, Phoenix, Ariz.
  • Courtney Carace, Pest-Finish Inc., Plaistow, N.H.
  • King Jones, III, CT Pest Options, Naugatuck, Conn.
  • Rusty Prewett, Prewett Pest Management, Auburn, Ala.
  • Mickey Thomas, Arrow Exterminators, Atlanta, Ga.

In the course of the two-year curriculum, candidates will take part in coaching classes and programs designed to domesticate abilities and information important to profitable organizational management inside the NPMA and past. Coaching will embody a complete vary of competencies, together with the historical past of the NPMA and its future plans, business developments and shopper insights, inclusion and variety coaching, govt etiquette, public coverage and legislative concern navigation, and group engagement, together with a collection of abilities associated to strategic administration and planning.

See who was a part of the NPMA ELP Class of 2020 here.